The deadliest fire in the state's history now appears to be under control.
The deadliest wildfire in California history that destroyed the mountain town of Paradise and killed at least 85 people was 100 percent contained on Sunday, according to state fire officials.
The Camp Fire that started on Nov. 8 destroyed nearly 14,000 homes and burned nearly 154,000 acres, (62,000 hectares), an area five times the size of San Francisco.
The number of people still missing from the Camp Fire north of San Francisco dropped to 249 on Sunday, the Butte County Sheriff's Office said. The number was revised down from 475 as people who were believed missing were found in shelters, staying in hotels or with friends, officials said, adding that many did not know they were on the list.
Searchers will have a few more days of dry weather, but starting late on Tuesday, another 2-5 inches, (5 to 13 cm), of rain is expected to drop on the Sierra Nevada foothills through next Sunday, hampering the searchers work and renewing fears of flash floods and mudslides, forecasters said.